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Is there any pain worse than childbirth? However, according to some scientists and mums, there are some wincing pains that they consider to be more agonising than giving birth, honest! While it is important to add that the pain of childbirth is impossible to calculate, given that it is different for every woman based on a huge amount of factors, here are 13 things that will make you want to cry and that are said to be way more painful than delivering a sprog.
I once used Nair on my bikini zone and it worked great, so I thought, Why not hit up the lower area too? I applied the Nair on my vagina, and after a few moments I realized I was burning my labia off. I then went into my room and applied aloe vera directly into my snootch, which made it burn even worse, because apparently that's not made for vaginas either.
A Neighbor Helping a Neighbor - Ron helps a new next-door neighbor with a water leak and she thanks him in a grand and wonderful way. A Sexy Dream Becomes Reality - A policewoman relates a super intense sexy dream to a fellow officer and they make it happen well almost. Afraid of Thunder - A teenage girl is frightened in a strong thunderstorm and crawls into bed with her Daddy where things get interesting.
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There are so many things we're never told about our vaginas like that most of the things on this list are actually about vulvas instead of vaginas, and no, the two are not the same. Here are 15 things I wish we'd had cleared up sooner. What the hell that white stuff in your underwear is.
The c-word, 'cunt', is perhaps the most offensive word in the English language, and consequently it has never been researched in depth. Hugh Rawson's Dictionary Of Invective contains the most detailed study of what he calls "The most heavily tabooed of all English words"though his article is only five pages long. According to Francis Grose's scurrilous definition, it is "a nasty name for a nasty thing"